Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Nintendo sees Apple as a big problem more than Microsoft

The President of Nintendo America , Reggie Fils-Aime acknowledged the risk and your company to Microsoft or Sony as Apple sees a big problem. High quality and easy to play Apple's handheld devices with wireless capabilities provide low burst in the game they forced more than Nintendo's offering is too. Nintendo's first concern is the fear gradually turned into acceptance Reggie Fils-Aime.
Nintendo of America president said in an interview that Apple in the gaming industry a more near-term threat to Microsoft, but the iPod and iPhone games dismissed as accidental.

Brian Caulfield of Forbes Reggie Fils-Aime admitted that Nintendo sees Apple as a serious threat, but stressed that the iPhone and iPod mostly casual games that provide a welcome distraction is used to. "

"Fils-Aime said. Fils-Aime is fearless, but claims that Nintendo's next, games on the Nintendo DS may be more profound and" Forbes reported consumption., Nintendo for the 20 best-selling Fourteen of the current generation of sports gaming devices.

Apple seen as Nintendo's own risk, though. Fils-Aime says that Kyoto, Japan-based company is competing for people's time. For years, Nintendo has led the pack in the gaming industry, 20 million gaming devices in 2009, selling more than Microsoft and Sony combined. However, despite a relative newcomer to the gaming equipment industry, Apple's sales to compete with Nintendo. The most recent quarter alone, Apple sold 20 million IOS devices.

In September, Apple CEO Steve Jobs said the iPod touch "the number one portable game console in the world," saying "iPod touch outsells, Nintendo and Sony's portable players combined" Although these figures have been questioned.

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